Clynnog Fawr, often just referred to as Clynnog,
has long been a resting point for pilgrims
making their way to Ynys Enlli/Bardsey Island at
the tip of the peninsula. These pilgrims would
have taken refuge in the village's large church,
dedicated to St. Beuno - and many still make the
journey along the peninsula today, for many as
part of a walking holiday in the area.
Clynnog is nestled between the hills of Bwlch
Mawr and Caernarfon Bay and currently lies along
the A499 between Pwllheli and Caernarfon,
however road improvements are underway which
will see Clynnog bypassed.
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